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There are countless ways to get down the San Francisco waterfront, but this weekend travelers will have the option of hopping onto a water taxi for the first time.
U.S. celebrations for the math holiday Pi Day -- March 14, or 3/14 -- include a San Francisco "pi procession" where humans line up as the irrational number.
A cash mob descended on a San Lorenzo bakers on National Cash Mob Day, March 24, 2012.
The 2014 edition of the Center for Asian American Media Film Festival kicks off at our beloved Castro Theatre movie palace with the Vietnam-based fashion comedy "How to Fight in Six Inch Heels," followed by the San Francisco film festival circuit's most fabulous annual party, at the Asian Art Museum.
To help with the cost of commuting from across the bay, Oakland Hebrew Day School announced recently that it will begin offering a two-year, $5,000 tuition assistance grant to families from San Francisco and Marin County that send at least one child to OHDS.
"I believe that reality is the most creative thing," says Oded Balilty. The Pulitzer Prize-winning Israeli photojournalist likes to "look at the small moments that reality creates for people."
To prepare, we'll stock up on Nipomo's colorful blanket rolls. San Francisco designer Liz Clark's textile bundles are built to please - and pack - for everything from picnics and beach days to outdoor festivals and camping trips.
Trauma centers specialize in the care of severely injured patients. Over the last two decades, about one-third of the 1,125 trauma centers across the nation have closed, according to the University of California, San Francisco researchers.
When and if former mayor Art Agnos finally exits the political scene, he'll do so the same way he entered it: brawling.
President Barack Obama speaks after visiting a classroom at Coral Reef High School in Miami, Fla., on March 7, 2014.
Man , Woman and demons Ms. D and Mr. D in "Love and Demons." Photo: Coffee & Language Productions The inspiration for San Francisco filmmaker JP Allen's seventh feature, "Love and Demons," comes from an unexpected place.
John Vanderslice owns Tiny Telephone Studios in the Mission but is building a new studio in Oakland.
Thanks to Silicon Valley, there's no shortage of tech companies hosting meetings or conferences in the Bay Area, but when it comes specifically to the business of games, there are few conferences in San Francisco that can rival the annual Game Developers Conference.
Ever wonder what it would have been like to grow up on the Straus family farm? Or, what that experience might look performed as a one-woman show - with cheese? Then you definitely won't want to miss Vivien Straus' E-i-E-i-OY! - In Bed with the Farmer's Daughter .
With less than two weeks remaining before the Game Developers Conference 2014 , show organizers are detailing the lineup of the ever-popular Experimental Gameplay Workshop, which returns to GDC for its 12th year.